Tagged: Shodoshima

Someone’s Coming by Pors & Rao on Shodoshima

  Today, We’re starting our series of interviews for the Setouchi Triennale 2016… At last…. (yes, I know I’m a bit late, I was hoping to have some ready for the Spring session, but I’ve been busier than expected with too many things). We’re starting with Pors...

Setouchi Triennale 2016 on Inujima

The day before, instead of returning to Takamatsu, we spent the night in Tonosho port on Shodoshima (I’m directing you to a previous post if you’re not sure what I’m talking about). The reason was simple; the goal was to go to Inujima and this...

Setouchi Triennale Advice and Tips

  Update: The Setouchi Triennale 2016 has ended. However, some of these tips are valid if you plan on visiting Art Setouchi (that is the permanent artworks that are part of the Triennale). Most of them will also be valid in 2019. Look out for...

24 Eyes Movie Village on Shodoshima

  Today, I will tell you about the 24 Eyes movie village on Shodoshima. But first of all a few explanations of what lies beneath this odd appellation. Let’s start with Sakae Tsuboi. She was a writer native from Shodoshima, and in 1952, she wrote...

Anger from the Bottom

    Anger from the Bottom is an installation by “Beat” Takeshi Kitano and Kenji Yanobe that is part of Art Setouchi and the Setouchi Triennale. It is located in the village of Sakate, in the South-eastern part of Shodoshima.    

Light of Shodoshima

  Light of Shodoshima (小豆島の光) by Taiwanese artist Wen-Chih Wang was one of the most impressive artworks from the Setouchi Triennale 2013. I’m using the past tense, because unfortunately, it was dismantled last month. What made it so special is also what prevented it from...